The Naked Proof is an independent feature film directed by Jamie Hook. Concerning the trials of a confused and unhappy philosophy student whose life is turned upside-down by the appearance of a mysterious, possibly fictional pregnant woman, the film premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival, where it won the special jury prize for New American Cinema. The film also won the jury prize for Emerging Filmmakers in the 2004 Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festivals before going on to play festivals around the world. The film is notable, among other things, for being the only film to feature American playwright August Wilson.

The film was directed by Northwest Film Forum founder Jamie Hook.

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